ByDaniel Camilo 2019-05-22 570
Last week, during an annual shareholders' meeting, AMD agreed that the release of the Ryzen 3xxx and Navi graphics cards will take place sometime in the third quarter of 2019, i.e. between July and September. Rumors had been that the Ryzen 3xxx and Navi graphics cards would be launched in July this year.
During CES 2019 in January, several youtubers waited for more information about CPUs, which have already become legendary even several months before their launch. At that time, however, there was only one launch for the mainstream market, the Radeon VII.
This time, AMD says it will offer the strongest product portfolio in its history. The company is expected to announce details of the new Ryzen at Computex 2019 and Navi GPUs at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2019 (E3).
There is a lot of expectation for these launches, because, with the Ryzen of 1st and 2nd generations, AMD has already reached a level it had not occupied for years. Now, fans are curious to know if the CPUs will once and for all lose the IPC of Intel processors. A stronger IPC, coupled with the Ryzen's already known multithread power, can cause these CPUs to outperform their competitors in virtually any type of application.
On Navi, the hope is that AMD will compete more aggressively with NVIDIA's Turing GPUs. In addition, NVIDIA has been charging exorbitant prices with Turing, so AMD is expected to help keep the competition warm.
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